We can finally see what J.J. Abrams has been working on with Trek 2 this weekend, but the opening we’ll see is not what the director originally had in mind.
Instead of Into Darkness, we almost got a very different name for J.J. Abrams' second Star Trek film.
So far, the performance of Benedict Cumberbatch as Star Trek Into Darkness’ big bad villain has garnered some very positive media feedback: aka the guy’s awesome.
How can one respond to accusations of having shown a major (intended to be fake) movie spoiler on your show? Why, you add lots of "new spoilers" the following night.
We know you're ready to go to warp, but while we're still in space dock, let's run a five minute diagnostic on 2009's Star Trek.
Next week, Star Trek Into Darkness hits theaters. To tide you over, Paramount's released 19 images from the highly-anticipated sequel.
It's no surprise that Paramount Pictures is already thinking about Star Trek 3.
A nifty viral marketing stunt has unveiled a new 3D trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness. Want to see Benedict Cumberbatch wreak havoc on Starfleet ... in 3D?
Now, we have our first look at J.J. Abrams' version of the Klingons in all their rigid-forehead glory.
Ever wonder what happens when a starship starts flipping while zipping through deep space? Well, wonder no more.